S.D.E. (Plg)

English translation: Sub-divisional Engineer (Planning)

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English term or phrase:S.D.E. (Plg)
Selected answer:Sub-divisional Engineer (Planning)
Entered by: Tushar Deep

11:47 Feb 26, 2015
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English term or phrase: S.D.E. (Plg)
From Indian Birth Certificate (its translation from Hindi into English was certified by):
S.D.E. (Plg)
O/o Telecom District Manager

I guess that S.D.E. is the name of a company. What is Plg?
What is o/o?
Andrey Belonogov
Russian Federation
Local time: 08:45
Sub Divisional Engineer (Planning)
Explanation:
A district is divided into sub-divisions. Each subdivision has a magistrate called SDM or even SDO. Each Sub Division has Engineers in Water Works, PHD (Public Health Dept.), PWD (Public Works Dept.), Telecom, etc.

The Sub Divisional Engineer is a Gazetted Officer, hence he can verify documents with his signature and seal (the Birth Certificate in this case).
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Tushar Deep
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Tushar Deep


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s.d.e. (plg)
Sub Divisional Engineer (Planning)


Explanation:
A district is divided into sub-divisions. Each subdivision has a magistrate called SDM or even SDO. Each Sub Division has Engineers in Water Works, PHD (Public Health Dept.), PWD (Public Works Dept.), Telecom, etc.

The Sub Divisional Engineer is a Gazetted Officer, hence he can verify documents with his signature and seal (the Birth Certificate in this case).

Tushar Deep
Native speaker of: Native in EnglishEnglish, Native in HindiHindi
PRO pts in category: 12
Grading comment
thanks!

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agree  Sandeep Varshney: 'O/O' means 'Office of'
16 hrs
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